EDI­TOR’S LET­TER

TO OR­GA­NIZE A CLOSET IS THE WAY THAT HELPS YOU FIND THE ITEM YOU WANT, WHEN YOU WANT

Secrets of Getting Organized - - Contents -

IT. We learned this and so much more about clothes and co­work­ers while de­sign­ing the walk-in closet for this is­sue (“Made for Two,” page 58). Af­ter pas­sion­ate de­bates about what type of hanger to use (flocked and slim), how to fold T-shirts (thirds, then in half), and if any­one ac­tu­ally rolls socks (yes!), we re­dis­cov­ered that the best or­ga­niz­ing meth­ods are al­ways deeply per­sonal. So as you dig into the real-life messy makeovers (“Neat & Tidy,” page 82), DIY projects (“Stop Clut­ter at the Door,” page 28), and ex­pert ad­vice (“All About Your Smart Home,” page 14), con­sider the spe­cific strate­gies and how they’ll work for you and your home. One tip might be a per­fect fit; an­other could work with al­ter­ations. It’s all good! Keep tai­lor­ing your ap­proach un­til you reach your ideal so­lu­tion. — BRIAN KRAMER EDI­TOR, SE­CRETS OF GET­TING OR­GA­NIZED

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